Le 23 avril 2010 13:09, Derick Rethans <der...@php.net> a écrit :
> On Fri, 23 Apr 2010, Jérôme Loyet wrote:
>> Le 23 avril 2010 11:31, Derick Rethans <der...@php.net> a écrit :
>> > On Wed, 21 Apr 2010, Jérôme Loyet wrote:
>> >> Log:
>> >> switch the configuration syntax from xml to ini
>> >> It's been describe in the RFC: http://wiki.php.net/rfc/fpm/ini_syntax
>> > I feel extremely unhappy about this patch. From what I've seen there
>> > is only a very small group of people that want to switch from the
>> > XML format to the INI format. Another group, was opposed to this
>> > move. I for one, find this new INI stuff extremely complicated and
>> > annoying.
>> Please compare http://www.fatbsd.com/fpm/php-fpm.conf.ini and
>> Those 2 files have exactly the same values.
>> r...@raptor> wc php-fpm.conf.*
>> 33 28 683 php-fpm.conf.ini
>> 48 77 1554 php-fpm.conf.xml
>> Number of lines: 32% less lines in INI than XML
>> Number of words: 64% less words in INI than XML
>> Numbers of bytes: 57% less bytes in INI than XML
>> Do you really think XML is easier to read/right than INI ?
> Conciseness has never been a synonym for readability.
> The structured approach of the XML makes it much easier to see exactly
> which value belongs to which section.
in php-fpm there is only one level of section.
One section == One pool. That's all
In the current XML syntax there is several level of section which are
total useless. They have been removed in INI.
>> > Instead of a nice ordered XML file we now have a mess of INI files
>> > that makes me think of Windows 3.11.
>> So in your mind you want the php.ini to be changed to xml (php.xml) ?
> No, they are two different things. php.ini doesn't need sections, or
> nested structures whereas the FPM configuration benefits from it
> so that you can see immediately to which part a specific configuration
> setting belongs.
> There are two totally different uses of configuration files here, so
> there is no reason to jump through hoops to make them look a little bit
> the same and introducing lots of complexity at the same time. It's even
> more ridiculous because the original XML configuration format was
> working just fine.
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